Dave Matthews Band to Reissue Debut Album, 'Remember Two Things,' on Vinyl for First Time

More than two decades after releasing the debut album, Remember Two Things, Dave Matthews Band will reissue the set on vinyl for the first time since its original November 1993 release.

Arriving on June 17 via Bama Rags/RCA/Legacy Recordings, the two-LP, 180-gram deluxe audiophile release will be cut from new lacquers, prepared by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering. It will feature the original album packaged in a gatefold jacket with an exclusive, eight-page booklet with complete lyrics and previously unpublished photos of the band.

A download card will also feature the full album plus two previously unreleased bonus tracks: early studio versions of "Pay For What You Get" and "Typical Situation," newly mastered by the album's original engineer David Glasser. The set will also be simultaneously re-released on physical CD and digital outlets to feature the original album as well as both bonus tracks.

The Remember Two Things vinyl edition is available now for pre-order.